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On the Move, 6/3/14

Veronica de la Cruz joins KPIX in San Francisco as co-anchor of the 6 and 1o p.m. newscasts. She comes from MSNBC and NBC News, where she was a correspondent.

Lauren Leamanczyk is promoted to investigative reporter and anchor at WBZ, the CBS-owned station in Boston.

Hilary Golston joins WKYC in Cleveland, where she will be a reporter and fill-in anchor. She previously worked at WVTM in Birmingham, Ala.

Ginger Gadsden joins WKMG in Orlando from WTSP in Tampa. In her new role, Gadsden will anchor WKMG’s 5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. newscasts. Read more

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Lauren Leamanczyk Named Investigative Correspondent at WBZ

lauren leamanczykLauren Leamanczyk has been named an investigative correspondent for WBZ, the CBS-owned station in Boston. Her appointment is effective immediately.

Leamanczyk joined WBZ in 2011 as New Hampshire bureau chief. Most recently, she has worked as a general assignment reporter and fill-in anchor.

Before WBZ, Leamanczyk worked as a reporter at WTMJ, the NBC affiliate in Milwaukee.

Seven reporters have left WTMJ since January

A sea change is occurring along Lake Michigan.

Since January, six reporters have left Milwaukee’s NBC affiliate WTMJMichael George, Melanie Stout, Aaron Diamant, George Mallet, Mick Trevey, and Lauren Leamanczyk.

Now you can add Heather Shannon who announced next Friday will be her last day as a reporter with the station.

So is there anything unusual going on at this NBC affiliate?

“No, not at all,” Bill Berra, vice president of news at Journal Broadcast group, tells TVSpy. “They were all hired at about the same time, and through various mechanization of contracts, they all went on to do bigger and better jobs.”

George, Diamant, Mallet, and Leamanczyk have all left Milwaukee for on-air jobs in other markets. “I think it shows the vitality that has returned to the hiring in TV news jobs,” Berra tells us.

As for Shannon, Stout, and Trevy, who are all leaving the business, Berra pointed out TV news isn’t for everyone. “Journalism has a fallback: it’s not a 9-5 job,” he says. “It’s 24/7, you can get called in, you can work at odd hours. When you’re young, and you have a family, and you’re presented with a better situation, you should probably take it.”

“I’m excited for all of them,” he says. “It makes me happy.”

On the Move, 5/17/11

Ryan Chiaverini becomes co-host of Chicago’s ABC O&O WLS-TV’s new, talk and entertainment show “Windy City LIVE,” which airs weekday mornings at 9 AM. Formerly, he was the sports anchor for ABC 7′s top-rated weekend newscasts.

Jason Allen moves to CBS O&O KTVT in Dallas as a reporter. He previously worked for WFTV in Orlando.

Morgan Adsit becomes a weekend sports anchor and reporter for Baltimore Fox-affiliate WBFF. She previously worked as a sports anchor-reporter for KLRT in Little Rock.

Lauren Leamanczyk joins CBS O&O WBZ in Boston as a reporter. She previously worked at WTMJ in Milwaukee. Read more